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Commentarty attributed to Carbonix CEO, Philip van der Burg following CASA change to Drone licence exam. Carbonix welcomes the introduction of CASA’s new BVLOS OCTA exam. We see this as a really significant turning point for the drone industry as a whole which will also further position Australia as a leader in drone innovation. It...
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Carbonix is proud to announce its recent achievement of the Basic Aviation Risk Standards (BARS) certification. The BARS certification is an internationally recognized program that provides a standard for remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) operators to assist in the risk-based management, ensuring rigorous oversight of contracted RPAS operating activities. The certification is a critical component...
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Sydney-based drone developer Carbonix has struck a partnership with New Hampshire-based ArgenTech Solutions in a move that will drive the company’s ambitious expansion into the US defence sector. The US company will provide services such as flight operations, maintenance and pilot training using Carbonix’s new generation unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). The partnership comes on the...
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Quickstep Holdings (ASX:QHL) has signed its second major drone contract with Carbonix, inking a new $2.3 million deal that will see the leading Australian drone manufacturer triple its production over the next year. Under the 12-month contract, Quickstep will produce 40 of Carbonix’s latest long-range unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) over the next 12 months, using its...
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Carbonix is honoured to have won the CORE Hot 30 ‘Innovator of the Year Award 2023’. Thanks to our entire team for their hard work and devotion. Watch CEO Philip van der Burg’s reaction to winning the award here: https://www.coreinnovationhot30.com.au/carbonix?utm_content=242046754&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin&hss_channel=lcp-17773999
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Carbonix and GPC Electronics Group have entered into a manufacturing contract, which will see GPC contribute avionics, design and testing input for Carbonix’s unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs.)   The two Sydney-based companies made the announcement on Thursday morning, calling it “a significant step forward for the sovereign capability of the Australian drone industry” and assisting Carbonix...
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Carbonix, has obtained BVLOS approval in Riverstone, Greater Sydney, using our Australian-built VTOL/fixed wing aircraft in the 25 kg category. The approval from Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is one of the first given to a long-range aerial data capture aircraft, paving the way for us to complete BVLOS testing and missions with sophisticated...
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Industry and governments are continually looking for efficiencies – opportunities to improve safety and productivity, while reducing environmental impact, response times and costs. One of the biggest challenges to improving efficiencies is the location and roles of people. When humans are located onsite or are key to frontline operations or processes, the result is often...
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Carbonix and H3 Dynamics are coming together to begin the development and production of the first Australian hydrogen-electric VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) unmanned aircraft system (UAS). H3 Dynamics has been working on cutting-edge hydrogen UAV technology for over 15 years and has just released a new ground-breaking hydrogen-electric nacelle technology. Compared to batteries, hydrogen-electric...
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Carbonix and Harvest Technology Group (Harvest) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), which will allow the two Australian companies to deliver untethered “beyond horizon” drone operations. CEO of Carbonix Philip van der Burg said the partnership between Carbonix and Harvest is “the beginning of a great Australian corporate story”. “Australia has a high-cost base, making it...
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